ACTIVITY AND NOTES
PLEDGE : Brady Crawford INSPIRATIONAL MOMENT: Jack McClenahan
WELCOME VISITING ROTARIANS AND GUESTS: Greg lepine, Nordhoff Interact
advisor and Jessica Avila, Interactor co-president, The Crawford’s, Sarah
Beeby, our speaker Alexia Park’s. Addy was there to sell Girl Scout cookies
and was on fire! She was assisted by Mom and Dad. Brady was worn out after
SET UP CREW RECOGNITION: Mike, Richard
SCRIBE RECOGNITION: Bill Shouse
ANNIVERSARIES: Pat & Julie McPherson 2/4
STEPS Jan 31, 2015 at California Lutheran University Make a Difference in
Your Own Backyard-review
RCOW Board of Directors meeting Thursday February 19th – 7am at Eggs n
Social March 31
Feb. 2 Alexia Parks-Darwin’s Remarkable Women – “The key to our sustainable
future Is hardwired in the female brain.”
Feb. 10 Author Donna Pagano – Family Love Letters “By pulling important
documents together and leaving critical details in one place men and women
are getting their house in order for the good of those they care about the
Feb. 17 – Food For Thought – Laurie Hamor
Feb. 24 – Cuba Today – Tony Thacher
NORDHOFF Interact Club President Jessica A. presents check to End Polio Now
HAPPY BUCKS-WHO & WHAT: Bill Shouse for 4th grandch9ld, Bob because Sara was
Ethics in Leadership program to be held March 18th between 3-6. This is
where high school aged kids get exposed to ethics in leadership. Volunteers
to help needed. Contact Donna Jones for more info.
FINE MASTER – Mike Caldwell multiple fines
PROGRAM TITLE & SPEAKER – Alexia Parks-Darwin’s Remarkable Women – “The key
to our sustainable future Is hardwired in the female brain.” Alexia Parks is
a Virtual Mentor with the United Nations, author of 13 books, and one of
Newsweek’s “50 People Who Matter Most On The Internet.” She is also Director
of the 10 TRAITS Women’s Leadership Program. It is the only leadership
training program in the world based on the New Science of the Female Brain.
She shows how we can learn to drive our own body chemistry to strengthen and
increase our capacity to achieve success in any endeavor we choose.
Brief Summary-studies have shown that men and women are different. Duh!
Women’s brains have evolved to be more cooperative, more problem solving,
more diplomatic, all traits to make them better leaders. Most higher
education students are now women and women are entering leadership roles
more and more throughout the world. There was more and since you probably
weren’t there, you missed it.
THOUGHT FOR THE DAY
Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change
the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.
– Margaret Mead